When I watch “American Idol,” it’s not just for the “cool” factor. It’s a reflection of the “authentic” America that’s on the air and on TV now.
“American Hero” premiered last night on the ABC Television Network, and its premiere was a huge success for the network.
As we wrote yesterday, “American Heroes” is an anthology series about four men from different walks of life trying to be successful in the corporate world.
The series follows the members of the show as they try to get by in an environment where everyone is constantly judging them, and where people often take things for granted.
So, in order to get a job, one of the group members had to go into business with his brother who owns a pizza delivery company.
It’s a great story, and I’m really excited to see what kind of life they have together.
But it’s also a story that’s been told many times before.
We’ve seen a lot of different versions of it, including some versions in which a man who’s a doctor decides to take his wife to a local restaurant for a night of drinks and dinner, and another where he’s trying to get the business of his father’s pizza company by hiring his brother as a waiter.
What’s different about this version is that the “American” in the title refers to the American Dream, which the show tries to tell.
“American Hero,” like so many of the shows that have come out in recent years, is a satire of the American dream.
You can’t get a college degree, or a car, or even a job in the country that makes the best of it.
Even in the U.S.A., you’re likely to find people who don’t have it at all, and you’re almost certainly going to see someone who has it at some point.
In fact, a recent study found that one in three people are living in poverty.
And that’s the only way to be “American.”
So it’s easy to see why a series like this might be popular.
That’s why I’m excited to hear what you think of this new version of “American hero,” and to see how much you enjoy watching it.